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Can You Cook Sausages In The Oven


can you cook sausages in the oven
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  • (sausage) highly seasoned minced meat stuffed in casings
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  • A cylindrical tube of minced pork, beef, or other meat seasoned and cooked or preserved, sold mainly to be eaten cold in slices
  • Used in references to the characteristic cylindrical shape of sausages
  • A short cylindrical tube of minced pork, beef, or other meat encased in a skin, typically sold raw to be grilled, boiled, or fried before eating
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    cook
  • Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume
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    oven
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  • An enclosed compartment, as in a kitchen range, for cooking and heating food
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IRON SKILLET DEEP DISH PIZZA RECIPE Iron Skillet Pizza Dough (12" skillet) * 1 package active dry yeast * 1 cup warm water * 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour, sifted * 1/2 cup yellow corn meal * 1 tsp. salt * 1 1/2 tsp. sugar * 3 tbs. olive oil for mixing with dough * 2 tbs. olive oil for dough bowl Add water to a large glass bowl; add yeast and mix together. Let it sit for a couple of minutes; until it starts to have tiny bubbles. Add flour, salt, and sugar while slowly stirring with a wooden spoon. When it becomes less sticky, start mixing with your hands. Add cornmeal and olive oil and mix together until all ingredients are combined. Transfer to a lightly floured counter and knead until dough is smooth. Form into a dough ball; lightly oil the large glass bowl with olive oil and put the dough ball in. Cover with plastic wrap and let rise to double its size...this will take about an hour. Toppings * 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese * 1/2 cup havarti cheese, slice thin (Give this a try; tasty cheese!) * 1/2 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese * 1 tbs. dried oregano * pepperoni slices (as many as you wish!) * 1 1/4 cup of marinara sauce with diced tomatoes (this is an estimate) * 2 tbs. large, diced yellow onion * 2 tbs. fresh, chopped, flat leaf parsley * 1 tsp. red pepper flakes Assembly Grease your cast iron skillet (I used some olive oil for this) and preheat oven to 450F. Roll dough into a rectangle and, using hands, make the closest to a circle with the dough as youcan using your fists (do this off the counter--let gravity do the work). Transfer dough to a 12" cast iron skillet. Spread dough around the skillet and up the sides; make it as even as possible. Let sit 10-15 minutes so it can rise. When the dough has risen, place a layer of havarti on the dough, then add 1 cup of mozzarella. Add the marinara sauce and spread evenly with a spoon and sprinkle with red pepper flakes, onion and oregano. Add pepperoni and top with the remaining mozzarella, parmesan, and parsley. Cook on the bottom rack for 15 minutes (20 used here) and then move to the top rack for 5-10 minutes (15 minutes here) until the cheese is bubbly brown. Let pizza rest for about 10 minutes and cut into slices with pizza cutter (here, the pizza easily came out of the skillet and onto a cutting board for slicing). Eat with a fork and knife! (I have wanted to get a hold of a nice rocker blade for this!) NOTE: I also like to mix some olive oil, garlic salt, oregano, and basil in a small bowl-combine to taste. Before putting the pizza on the top rack, brush the rim of the pizza with this mixture and reapply again in about 7 minutes (rotate pizza in oven too). This dough does taste a bit like cornbread...it is different, but still good. I have another recipe for dough which is awesome to eat with this pizza but it raises my stress levels too high while working with it--I believe it may be the secret ingredient in Super Glue. :-) Original recipe credit: Unknown teacher with a penchant for throwing GOOD stuff together from scratch. NOTE: The pictured pizza has crumbled, browned sausage, green peppers, and a larger dose of onions added to it.
Puy lentils with chorizo sausages
Puy lentils with chorizo sausages
Puy lentils, cooked with onion, garlic and lardons of bacon, with chorizo sausage. Brown off the sausages in a pan, then set them aside. Then gently fry off three finely chopped, medium onions in a good dollop of olive oil, plus salt and pepper to taste along with two to four gloves of crushed garlic (according to taste) and about 4oz of bacon lardons. Once the onions have taken a golden colour add 300gms of Puy lentils and stir so they get coated in the oil, then add a third of a bottle of red wine (25mls) and simmer till some of the liquid has been absorbed by the lentils - then add 400mls of chicken stock and bring back to the boil. Simmer for five minutes. Transfer to an oven-proof dish and top with the par-cooked sausages, cover with foil and bake in an over for 30 minutes at 180' After 30 mins remove the foil and give it another ten minutes in the oven. Remove from the oven and leave to stand for five or ten minutes before serving. The sausage I used here is from a local butchers (Cranstons) and is really a very spiced pork sausage rather than a true Spanish chorizo. To vary the taste, you can change the sausage type and the stock - beef stock and black pudding makes a really hearty version. With some salad and bread the above will very easily serve four people - they were big sausages!

can you cook sausages in the oven
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